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Author Topic: Are USD Withdrawals From Mt Gox to Dwolla Still Taking Weeks?  (Read 9165 times)
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July 27, 2012, 04:46:38 AM
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Kinda hard to see how the slower ACH/Direct Deposit would improve anything.

ACH really isn't any slower.  Maybe by one day.

It is much cheaper.

OTOH bitfloor's customer service has taken quite a nose-dive.  It's getting to near-MtGoxian-levels of rudeness.

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July 27, 2012, 04:53:56 AM
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Kinda hard to see how the slower ACH/Direct Deposit would improve anything.

ACH really isn't any slower.  Maybe by one day.

It is much cheaper.

OTOH bitfloor's customer service has taken quite a nose-dive.  It's getting to near-MtGoxian-levels of rudeness.

What happened?

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July 27, 2012, 09:32:33 AM
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Kinda hard to see how the slower ACH/Direct Deposit would improve anything.

ACH really isn't any slower.  Maybe by one day.

It is much cheaper.

OTOH bitfloor's customer service has taken quite a nose-dive.  It's getting to near-MtGoxian-levels of rudeness.

I would like to know what happened as well? All recent support issues have been solved in a very friendly manner.
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July 27, 2012, 09:50:25 AM
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Kinda hard to see how the slower ACH/Direct Deposit would improve anything.

ACH really isn't any slower.  Maybe by one day.

It is much cheaper.

OTOH bitfloor's customer service has taken quite a nose-dive.  It's getting to near-MtGoxian-levels of rudeness.

I believe you are referring to a cash deposit issue you had a while back. You simply failed to follow the specified instructions as as a result I was very clear that this would not be acceptable as the instructions are required for everyone. If you try to abuse the rules, we will be very direct with our responses. The process is in place so that things run smoothly not so you can decide how things are run.

As I said in my response, if you don't like the process, you are welcome to suggest improvements (and we do listen) but you are not welcome to ignore it.
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July 27, 2012, 01:21:55 PM
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ITT: eldentyrell wants everyone to kiss his ass.

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August 01, 2012, 02:22:07 AM
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July Transfer
AML Verification
July 1 1245 - July 1 2038

Mt. Gox -- Dwolla
July 2 0744 - July 2 2035
July 3 0714 - July 5 0944

Dwolla -- Bank
July 2 2040 - July 5 1500
July 5 0952 - July 6 1500

So, going to do my monthly transfer, and see if any issues occur. This is documented, for science, each and every month to identify deficiencies in the Mt. Gox - Dwolla transfer scheme.


Mt. Gox -- Dwolla
July 31 2119 - August 09 1138

Dwolla -- Bank
August 09 1146 - UTC+1

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August 01, 2012, 02:31:32 AM
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July Transfer
AML Verification
July 1 1245 - July 1 2038

Mt. Gox -- Dwolla
July 2 0744 - July 2 2035
July 3 0714 - July 5 0944

Dwolla -- Bank
July 2 2040 - July 5 1500
July 5 0952 - July 6 1500

So, going to do my monthly transfer, and see if any issues occur. This is documented, for science, each and every month to identify deficiencies in the Mt. Gox - Dwolla transfer scheme.


Mt. Gox -- Dwolla
July 31 2119 - UTC

Dwolla -- Bank
UTC - UTC+1

Thanks for this.

For reference, I initiated a transfer on July 15 that took exactly 10 days to land in my Dwolla account. Did you submit a ticket or something to get yours in just a few days?
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August 01, 2012, 02:31:53 AM
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ITT: eldentyrell wants everyone to kiss his ass.
He declined to elaborate so I'm guessing his side is doesn't sound so good.
My customer service experience has been better than great.

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August 01, 2012, 09:53:10 AM
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We have some good news for everyone soon, just waiting for some ACH transfers to clear...

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August 01, 2012, 09:57:37 AM
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We have some good news for everyone soon, just waiting for some ACH transfers to clear...

Instant dwolla transfers for everyone!! Yippee!!!
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August 01, 2012, 12:19:24 PM
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Thanks for this.

For reference, I initiated a transfer on July 15 that took exactly 10 days to land in my Dwolla account. Did you submit a ticket or something to get yours in just a few days?

No, I was actually pleasantly surprised when it occurred as quickly as it did last time. If it happens again, I have no idea. If it doesn't happen, then it may have been a fluke.

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August 01, 2012, 12:35:18 PM
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I've noticed that Dwolla transfers are down to about a week or less lately (I transfer money out of Gox almost daily).  Of course I'd love for them to be instant, but a week is better than two weeks.
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August 01, 2012, 02:14:09 PM
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We have some good news for everyone soon, just waiting for some ACH transfers to clear...

We have been anxiously waiting for weeks! Grin

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August 01, 2012, 02:22:26 PM
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We have been anxiously waiting for weeks! Grin

Sometimes I wish we could just wire to Dwolla...

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August 01, 2012, 02:25:04 PM
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So I figure the problem with Dwolla is two fold: You have to wire from your Japanese bank to an American bank, which might have a small delay and also might incur whatever checking needs to go on. Then, you ACH from the American bank to Dwolla, which takes a minimum of 5 days, because Dwolla likes to profit from the float. I'm guessing most of the "unknown" delay is on the wire side.

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August 03, 2012, 06:01:47 PM
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We have some good news for everyone soon, just waiting for some ACH transfers to clear...

Give us a hint. Is it Dwolla related or something else?
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August 05, 2012, 04:46:47 PM
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So Dwolla withdrawls are taking around a week these days? Or has this changed at all?

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August 05, 2012, 04:59:26 PM
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So Dwolla withdrawls are taking around a week these days? Or has this changed at all?

I think it is more like 1-2 weeks.  Haven't seen anyone get one in less than a week.  There is some "luck" given you can't see the backlog.  Withdraw when backlog is low you might get it in a week.  Withdraw right after couple hundred people just jumped in line and it might be 2 weeks.  Still definately better than the 18-21 days it was a month ago.

I got one at 8 days right now.
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August 07, 2012, 10:09:31 PM
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Still far longer than it used to be.. The money  used to transfer from GOX->Dwolla inside 24 hours.. Now Dwolla shows nothing for a minimum of 7-10 days...

Opening support tickets with EITHER party is pointless. Gox blames Dwolla, Dwolla says "We see no money yet from Gox, nothing we can do".

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August 07, 2012, 11:01:15 PM
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Well it's been a week, no change yet.
July Transfer
AML Verification
July 1 1245 - July 1 2038

Mt. Gox -- Dwolla
July 2 0744 - July 2 2035
July 3 0714 - July 5 0944

Dwolla -- Bank
July 2 2040 - July 5 1500
July 5 0952 - July 6 1500

So, going to do my monthly transfer, and see if any issues occur. This is documented, for science, each and every month to identify deficiencies in the Mt. Gox - Dwolla transfer scheme.


Mt. Gox -- Dwolla
July 31 2119 - August 09 1138

Dwolla -- Bank
August 09 1146 - UTC+1


Sappers clear the way
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